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  • This type of motivation is all about friends, peers etcThey work well with other people tendency wants to be a teacher's pet lavished with praise
  • Perception means awareness or recognition. You need to be aware that you need learning in order for you to facilitate learning.. For example you as a learner must be aware that you needed trainings so that you will appreciate the trainings that you having.Conditioning means a particular mode of a person or thing; existing state. The learner needs to be in good condition in order for learning to take place. Like he needs to be in good health, sound mind and good mood as well.Emotions affects learning because for example if your are in a bad mood or way to excited, you willlose your focus in learning because if you are angry you will focus on your anger and if your are too excited, nothing will comes into your mind unless you contain your excitement.Satisfaction enhances learning—why is it satisfaction enhances learning?The teacher should be able to satisfy the need of the student in order for the learning to take place.Always take into consideration that the student needs to know the purpose why he needs to learn, and of the course the teacher should be able to meet the criteria of the student.Example..if its lecture, the teacher must be able to sustain the teaching environment in order for the students will not fall asleep, you need to engage the student to interact in order to gain their attention.A student must have their motivation in order for them to want to learn. May it be intrinsic (self-fulfillment) or extrinsic (Awards, recognition etc).Trial and error conveys that you accept failure but you will not stop at the failure but rather make it as learning experience and then try again whatever is it your doing.Repetitions makes perfect. 3 P’s practice, practice practice and eventually you will perfect it. For example in memorization, you keep on repeating and repeating until you could remember it.
  • WE are now on the next module which is the learning styles…so everyone here knows their own learning style? Have you all discovered where your are more comfortable when it comes to studying?
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  • What can you say about the visual learner?
  • Based on this characteristics, who among you feels that he or she is a visual learner
  • Ask why they want to join study groups
  • What do you think are the profession under this category?Engineers,
  • They turn everything into singing…known in review centers.
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  • Perception means awareness or recognition. You need to be aware that you need learning in order for you to facilitate learning.. For example you as a learner must be aware that you needed trainings so that you will appreciate the trainings that you having.Conditioning means a particular mode of a person or thing; existing state. The learner needs to be in good condition in order for learning to take place. Like he needs to be in good health, sound mind and good mood as well.Emotions affects learning because for example if your are in a bad mood or way to excited, you willlose your focus in learning because if you are angry you will focus on your anger and if your are too excited, nothing will comes into your mind unless you contain your excitement.Satisfaction enhances learning—why is it satisfaction enhances learning?The teacher should be able to satisfy the need of the student in order for the learning to take place.Always take into consideration that the student needs to know the purpose why he needs to learn, and of the course the teacher should be able to meet the criteria of the student.Example..if its lecture, the teacher must be able to sustain the teaching environment in order for the students will not fall asleep, you need to engage the student to interact in order to gain their attention.A student must have their motivation in order for them to want to learn. May it be intrinsic (self-fulfillment) or extrinsic (Awards, recognition etc).Trial and error conveys that you accept failure but you will not stop at the failure but rather make it as learning experience and then try again whatever is it your doing.Repetitions makes perfect. 3 P’s practice, practice practice and eventually you will perfect it. For example in memorization, you keep on repeating and repeating until you could remember it.
  • Learners

    1. 1. Teaching Strategies Impact on Learning
    2. 2. Rationale  This one-day training aims to develop present learners the knowledge, skills and attitude in delivering the appropriate teaching strategy that will cater to the learner’s needs so as to be able to enhance optimum learning as well as have awareness on how to deliver effectively presentations.
    3. 3. Course Overview Module 1 Principles of Teaching Module 2 The Teacher Module 3 The Learner Module 4 The Learning Styles Module 5 Teaching Strategies Module 6 Presentation Skills
    4. 4. Objectives: At the end of this module, the participant will be expected to:  Identify the different principles of teaching and learning;  Differentiate the different learning styles;  Know the relevance of knowing the learning style of the students;  Analyze the difference of learner centered and teacher centered approach;  List down the different kinds of teaching strategies;  Exhibit awareness on the importance of having correct teaching strategies;  Show confidence in delivering teaching at par with applied teaching strategy
    5. 5. The Learners
    6. 6. The Learners  Characteristics of a good learner  Motivations of a learner  Principles of learning
    7. 7. 7 Characteristics of a Good Learner Good Learner Curious Pursue under- standin g diligentl y Knows that most learning is not fun Not afraid of failure Makes knowledge their own Never runs out of question Shares what they learned
    8. 8. Motivations of a Learner 1. Achievement Motivation 2. Affiliation Motivation 3. Power Motivation 4. Competence Motivation
    9. 9. Achievement Motivation  The drive to pursue and attain goals
    10. 10. Affiliation Motivation  The drive to relate to people
    11. 11. Power Motivation  The drive to influence people and change situations
    12. 12. Competence Motivation  The drive to be good at something, allowing the individual to perform high quality work.
    13. 13. Principles of Learning  Perception is necessary for learning  Conditioning is a process of learning  Emotional climate affects learning  Satisfaction enhances learning  An individual must be motivated to learn  Trial and error is a means of learning  Repetition strengthens learning
    14. 14. Learning Styles  What is a Learning Style?  Types of Learning Styles  Benefits of Knowing your Learning Styles
    15. 15. Learning Style It is an overall pattern that could provide direction to learning and teaching
    16. 16. Types of Learning Styles
    17. 17. The Visual Learner  This type of learner can effectively learn just by seeing pictures, diagrams, films, videos or just by reading a book.  35% are visual learners
    18. 18. Behavioral Characteristics  Remember what they see than hear  Prefers to read and write than listen  Have trouble remembering verbal instructions  Remembers clearly pictures and diagrams  Likes art than music  Usually neat and clean
    19. 19. The Visual Learner
    20. 20. The Auditory Learners  They are more interested in learning through spoken words  25% of the population are auditory learners
    21. 21. Behavioral Characteristics  Can follow verbal instructions easily  Like to hear someone explain and likes to explain it as well  Tends to talk to themselves while studying  Reads aloud  Likes to debate and discuss with others  Reads slowly
    22. 22. The Auditory Learners
    23. 23. The Kinesthetic Learner  Prefers to be involved in activities, have the urge to apply the information by constructing something or by practicing a technique or skill.  Represent 40% of the learning population
    24. 24. Behavioral Characteristics  Likes to draw pictures or doodles while listening  Memorize while walking or pacing to and fro  Prefers hands- on activities  Learn by doing things and solving problems  Tends to be the slowest talkers  Can’t sit still or stay in one location  Has short attention span
    25. 25. The Kinesthetic Learner
    26. 26. Multiple Intelligence Theory •Developed by Mr. Howard Gardner, a psychologist from Harvard University •A theory to further understand the importance of learning styles.
    27. 27. Verbal-Linguistic (Word Smart)  Learn best through reading, writing, listening, and speaking.  Verbal students absorb information by engaging with reading materials and by discussing and debating ideas.
    28. 28. Logical-Mathematical (Logic Smart)  this style learns best by classifying, categori zing, and thinking abstractly about patterns, relationshi ps, and numbers.
    29. 29. Visual-Spatial (Picture Smart)  Learners of this kind learn best by drawing or visualizing things using the mind’s eye.  Visual people learn the most from pictures, diagrams, and other visual aids.
    30. 30. Auditory-Musical (Music Smart)  Students who are music smart learn using rhythm or melody, especially by singing or listening to music.
    31. 31. Bodily-Kinesthetic (Body Smart) This student learns best through touch and movement.
    32. 32. Interpersonal (People Smart)  This student learns through relating to others by sharing, comparing, and cooperating.
    33. 33. Intrapersonal (Self Smart)  This kind of person learn best by working alone and setting individual goals.  Intrapersonal learners are independent and organized.
    34. 34. Naturalistic (Nature Smart)  This student learns by working with nature. They enjoy learning about living things and natural events.  They may excel in the sciences and be very passionate about environmental issues.
    35. 35. Benefits of knowing your learning style  It could give you always a head start and your fullest potential to learn will be maximized  It could increase your self confidence  Gives you insight about your own strength and weakness  Shows you how to overcome the limitations of teachers that can’t deliver properly.  It could elicit greater curiosity and motivation for lifelong learning.
    36. 36. Different learning styles
    37. 37. Principles of Learning  Perception is necessary for learning  Conditioning is a process of learning  Emotional climate affects learning  Satisfaction enhances learning  An individual must be motivated to learn  Trial and error is a means of learning  Repetition strengthens learning
    38. 38. The End

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